Our 2bedroom apartment is within 5-10min walk to KLCC, F&B outlets and bars.
- english, mandarin, Malay, Cantonese
About Ms Lee
3 of us are friends who originally from Malaysia, and have been staying in Kuala Lumpur since childhood. Malaysia is a multicultural, multi ethnic and multilingual country where we learnt for more than one language to converse well with you in English, Chinese and Malay! We are so excited to be in this community and we love seeing the world where Japan, New Zealand, Thailand and China are our all-time favorite destinations. We’re also big fans to anything that involves food and travelling and we love to hunt for new food, new places, nice café and happening bars at every new country we traveled. We love meeting people from different parts of the world and we look forward to connecting with you as a host. We’ll do our best to make stay as comfortable as possible and therefore, please ask us anything about our listings. Cheers!^^
Ms Lee purchased this Apartment in 2019
Why Ms Lee chose Bukit Bintang
Our 2-bedroom apartment, Soho Suites, is conveniently located in the heart of golden triangle city with only 5 min WALK to KLCC. Nearby attractions -2 min walk to KL City Walk -5 min walk to Pavillion Shopping Centre -4 min walk to KL Convention Centre -5 min walk to KLCC -5 min walk to Aquaria KLCC -10 min walk to KLCC LRT Station *SELF check-in /out
What makes this Apartment unique
We use only the good quality of bed linens for our guest, as we know a good rest is important for everyone.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Whether you enjoy spending an afternoon wandering in a leafy park, or shopping in a multi-story mega mall, Kuala Lumpur doesn’t disappoint with something to suit all ages and budgets. Let’s have a look at the TOP 10 best things to do in Kuala Lumpur!
1. Visit the PETRONAS Towers in Kuala Lumpur (500m)
Come here for the walk over the sky bridge that joins the two towers together and you can admire the breathtaking views that stretch across the city of Kuala Lumpur.
2. Sample some local flavor with Nasi Kandar
Nasi Kandar, meaning ‘mixed rice’, is a cornerstone of Malaysian cuisine and customers are given a plate of plain rice and can choose a variety of toppings and sauces to accompany it.
3. Aquaria KLCC (500m)
Touted not just as a simple aquarium but as an ‘oceanarium’ housed in the depths of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Aquaria KLCC spans over 60,000 square feet and features a 300 foot tunnel in the center which allows visitors to explore the depths up close as they are surrounded on three sides by water.
4. Shop till you drop at Suria KLCC (500m)
A site within the enormous KLCC complex that includes the mighty PETRONAS Towers, Suria KLCC is a six story shopping center that includes shops, rides, a cinema, a supermarket, and a variety of dining options including food courts.
5. Take a stroll in KLCC Park (500m)
The park stretches over 20 hectares and has jogging and walking trails for visitors wishing to exercise, and there is also a large lake and fountain attraction that features a water show twice daily.
6. Go for a night out at the Golden Triangle (200m)
The area spans several streets but the central hub is primarily located in and around Jalan P. Ramlee, where visitors can choose from a wide variety of venues to drink and party until dawn.
7. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park (4.1km)
Spanning over 20 acres this enormous aviary is home to over 3000 birds and the focus is on promoting local species to visitors, although there are also some imported birds housed in the park.
8. Enjoy the culture at the National Museum (8km)
Located near the famous Lake Gardens, the National Museum is an architectural wonder in itself as it is fashioned in the shape of a traditional house and includes decorations that are a mixture of contemporary and more traditional designs.
9. Go climbing in the Batu Caves (12.9km)
The caves and temples are Hindu shrines and are still considered and important place of pilgrimage for the many Tamil residents of Malaysia.
10. Visit a working pewter museum at the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre (6.7km)
Something of a hidden gem and strangely under-visited, Royal Selangor Visitor Centre showcases the history, factory, and products of Royal Selangor since they began production in 1885.